A simple mechanism for controlling vortex breakdown in a closed flow

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Cabeza, C.; Sarasua, Gustavo; Marti, Arturo C.; Bove, Italo;
  • Subject: Physics - Fluid Dynamics

This work is focused to study the development and control of the laminar vortex breakdown of a flow enclosed in a cylinder. We show that vortex breakdown can be controlled by the introduction of a small fixed rod in the axis of the cylinder. Our method to control the on... View more
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